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With No Deal on Olive Council’s Future, Europe Favors Treaty Extension
Lack of a deal on the future of the IOC means the treaty governing it is likely to be prolonged a year beyond its December expiration.
Europe Set for New Regulations on Olive Oil Labeling
New rules aimed at making olive oil labels easier to read and understand will apply from late next year in the European Union.
Finding the Best Olive Oils in the World
U.K. Readies for European Ramp Up of Olive Oil Testing
One company controls 95 percent of olive oil bottling in the United Kingdom -- a fact that may simplify compliance with a new European Union olive oil testing regime.
Concern in Europe Over New Olive Oil Standards
Europe’s olive oil sector is keeping a wary eye on the United States and Australia for any moves to introduce mandatory quality standards, the minutes of an E.U. consultation committee show.
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Scientists Pool Expertise in Fight Against Fake Olive Oils
More than twenty of the world’s experts on olive oil verification met in Madrid to discuss olive oil fraud and possible solutions.
In Jaén, ‘Conquering Palates’ to Get a Fair Price for Olive Oil
How important is olive oil to people in Jaén? Just ask the Spanish province's council president, Francisco Reyes Martínez.
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Much Ado About Nothing
There have been no shortage of plans, but very little in the way of action to save the olive oil sector in Spain.
Portugal’s Experience Banning Olive Oil Cruets in Restaurants
In 2005, Portugal banned refillable olive oil bottles in restaurants. Now the European Union is considering a similar move.
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